Posts Tagged ‘kindle suspense’
Just in time for Christmas, Tell Her Goodbye is now available in paperback. You can buy it from my web site by clicking here. It should be available on Amazon by December 17th. You can go to my Amazon web page by clicking here.
Journey Out of the Darkness is now with the proofreader. I am working with the graphic artist on the new cover and writing the blurb for the back of the book and Amazon. It will be a Kindle Select book, so those of you who have Amazon Prime can get the book for free. The
It is not rare for someone to come up to me and ask if my novels are based on events in my life. Are they real? Let’s take a look at my latest novel, Out of the Darkness, and you decide. Let’s take three unrelated observations and then put them together to develop a character
Tony Grace is pure evil in my book The Possessor. There is no right or wrong in Tony’s world. He is anti-social, angry, and very lonely. He is an outcast in a world he can’t comprehend. I came up with the idea for Tony from two individuals that crossed my path earlier in my life.
In this new world of independent publishing, reviews written by readers are very important. I have had two reviews written for Tanglewood Road and one for The Possessor. These three reviews have been very instrumental in the sale of my books. Readers believe they have to write a very detailed, involved review for it to
One of the hardest parts of writing is choosing your audience: whom do you want to entertain. Many writers fail because they can’t find their audience. I chose women 45 and above as my target audience. There were several reasons for choosing this age group. Number one, they read. Women read books while men tend
I’ve traveled down this road a hundred times in my life and in my mind. Usually in an old red Mercury covered in the red dust of Polk County. The road is asphalt now, but in my memory it is gravel. My cousin, John McReynolds, sits behind the wheel with an old briar pipe clenched
“Great book from a real storyteller. Anyone who knows and loves America’s heartland will nod and smile at the fine details woven delicately through the tapestry of this story’s Missouri setting. Anyone who loves characters who are as real as the people you have actually met will appreciate the way Hooper’s characters come to life
The reviewer, Rebecca Forster, is the best-selling author of the popular legal thrillers. Her Witness Series is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble. My criteria for a five start review is this: do I keep turning pages when I should be doing something else? The Possessor met that criteria. David Hooper has penned a coming
I write because I want to entertain people. I will never write a classic. All I want is someone to say they enjoyed what I’ve written. Here is an example I received from a friend: My mom & I are both enjoying The Possessor, David. You are truly gifted – wonderful style. It’s rather a miracle